::thinkstandard:: | The Three Enemies

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The Three Enemies

by ::thinkstandard::

The second album finds you fast asleep and leaves you with nighttime realizations of fears from long ago.
Genre: Avant Garde: Sound Art
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1. The Flesh
11:53 $1.00
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2. The World
6:15 $1.00
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3. The Devil
14:10 $1.00
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4/5 - ::thinkstandard:: is one Steve Molter. His newest release entitled “The Three Enemies” is based upon a poem by the same name written by poet Christina Rossetti (1830-1894, pseudonym Ellen Alleyne). The CD spans the poems three stanzas “The Flesh”, “The World” and “The Devil”. It’s a largely ambient release relying heavily upon unique guitar work ranging from soothing melodies to a much more caustic droning. Unlike a lot of ambient/experimental recordings this never at any point seems redundant. New tones and melodies drift in and out effortlessly while painting audio interpretations of the religious conflicts the poem itself represents. Of the three stanzas “The Flesh” and “The Devil” are my favorites. They seem to work the best as a pair as “The Devil” references “The Flesh” well, recalling previous themes and altering the context. Overall a solid, well-produced piece of brooding soundscapes that manage to cross a diverse range of emotions without becoming overboard or too “cartoony”. Molter handles his sound designs well and casts them onto the platter with a delicate touch. - Chvad SB, DarkSonus.com

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